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D3 stands for data-driven documents. It is an open-source library that does efficient manipulation of documents depending upon the data. For example, if you have data stored in an array, you can use D3.js to visualize it using HTML, SVG, or CSS. It works with web standards such as HTML, SVG, and CSS. Therefore, you don’t need to learn anything new, and it has extraordinary flexibility.
It also provides an easy selection of DOM elements by using a declarative approach. After that, you can perform any manipulation and styling on them.
D3 is very fast with minimal overhead. It supports large datasets and code reusability.
Animations have now become an essential part of any website. They make your website interactive and engaging. Anime.js is a lightweight JS animation library that allows you to add cool animations to your website. You can set animations on anything such as SVG, CSS, HTML, DOM, and JS objects. Its powerful API helps you to add complex animations easily. With anime.js, you can animate various CSS transform properties with different timings simultaneously on an HTML element. It also provides many callbacks and control functions to play, control, pause, and trigger events.
If you want to add background videos to your web page, then bideo.js is the library you are looking for. It makes the task of adding videos a breeze. You can add a video as a background of the complete body or some container. The video element used adjusts to its container dimensions automatically and resizes when the browser's window does. It also provides auto-play, high-resolution playback, and scales super easily.
Console.log() is the most widely used technique for debugging your program. From beginners to experienced developers, all rely on Chalk in making their web apps better. Chalk provides a colorful representation for your console output without compromising any of the performance. There are 256 colors currently supported along with the style nesting. If you are tired of the boring console, chalk is waiting for you.
When it comes to the application layer, HTTP is the most commonly used protocol. Any frontend developer will always need an HTTP client. This is where Request.JS comes into play. Request.JS is the most popular HTTP client with tons of advanced features. Request is simple yet powerful as it offers features like HTTP authentication, Custom HTTP headers, OAuth signing along with SSL support.
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